Arts United coordinates resources for arts and culture nonprofits and others that strengthen their capacity to present higher quality programming that is accessible to more people in Northeast Indiana. Through these programs, Arts United actively supports more than 70 arts and culture nonprofits and programs in 11 counties of Northeast Indiana each year.
Regional Arts Council
More than 60 arts and culture program administrators gather together throughout the year for professional development, cultural planning, and networking.
For more information about the Regional Arts Council, contact Phil Slane, Director of Regional Arts Council, at email@example.com or (260) 424-0646.
Arts United’s centralized back office provides essential support to more than 20 arts and culture nonprofits—giving them the resources they need to operate efficiently and retain high quality employees.
- Payroll processing
- Group health, dental & life insurance administration
- Group general liability & worker’s compensation insurance
For more information, please contact Stacey Palacios, Director of Business Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (260) 424-0646.
ArtsTix Community Box Office
Arts United operates a physical box office at the Arts United Center and coordinates shared ticketing and fundraising software on behalf of more than 15 organizations and venues each year—giving the community a one-stop shop for arts and culture information and tickets.
For more information about selling your event tickets through the ArtsTix Community Box Office, contact Reuben Albaugh, Director, at email@example.com or (260) 422-4226.
Fiscal Agency through Cultural Advancement Program, LLC
Through its fiscal agency program, Arts United has incubated new and innovative programs such as Middle Waves Music Festival, Kickstart, and the Make It Your Own Mural Fest.
For more information about fiscal agency for your arts or cultural initiative, contact Dan Ross, Vice President of Community Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.